Finding a job usually means hard work, and let’s face it, belonging to a minority usually doesn’t make things easier. There’s two ways to deal with it: either you continue to search the traditional way and get used to only marginal success, or you visit this site, where employers post job openings specifically targeting minority audiences.
You can use the site to search for jobs with the government or with private companies throughout the country; from retail to healthcare, and from teaching to consulting, any job at any scale you might be interested in getting can be found on this site. Interestingly, you can look for a specific position, or browse the openings for different ‘channels’, corresponding to different minorities, like veteran, gay/lesbian, Hispanic, mature workers, persons with physical disabilities, etc. You don’t need to register to browse jobs, not even to apply for positions, as usually the page provides a link to the job opening section for the hiring company; you can, however, create an account on the site in order to submit your CV to their database so it can be browsed by future clients. The service is free for job seekers, as is employers who get charged for posting their openings, and although there are no pricing details, users can explore the different packages on offer, which allow companies to post unlimited job openings for different periods of time with different exposure level.